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Anatomical studies upon brains of criminals
Cover title: Benedikt on brains of criminals.
|Statement||by Moriz Benedikt ; translated from the German by E.P. Fowler|
|Contributions||Fowler, Edward P. (Edward Payson), 1833-1914|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||185 p. :|
|Number of Pages||185|
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[The Anatomy of Violence] is worth reading by anyone who has an interest in violence and criminal behavior, not because it provides definitive answers, but for its value in setting the stage for ongoing thought and discussion.” —Washington Independent Review of Books “Are ‘criminal tendencies’ hard-wired or acquired?/5(5). The Complete History of the Autopsy. at least two bodies of executed criminals each year for study and demonstration. in some patients with his anatomical findings upon Author: Maude Campbell. In his provocative book, “The Anatomy of Violence,” the psychologist Adrian Raine sets out to rehabilitate Lombroso. If you take away the racism and Author: Paul Bloom.
Anatomical Discoveries of the Human Body. Herophilus is recognized as the first person to perform systematic dissection of the human body predating even Andreas Vesalius, (often regarded as the founder of modern human anatomy) (Prioreschi ; Wills ) despite the taboos that prevailed regarding desecration of the human body at that time (Prioreschi ).Cited by: The scientific study of crime got its start on a cold, gray November morning in , on the east coast of Italy. Cesare Lombroso, a psychiatrist and prison doctor at an asylum for the criminally Author: Adrian Raine. An illustration from Eduard Pernkopf's Atlas of Topographical and Applied Human Anatomy. Historians believe there is a great likelihood that the drawings depict victims of the Nazis. The book Author: Emily Bazelon.
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